Lead Clinical Nurse - Pediatric ICU
Requisition #: 328145
Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing, Baltimore, MD 21201
Work Shift: Rotating Shift
Work Week: Full Time (40 or 36 hours)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Feb. 24, 2021
The Johns Hopkins Hospital-Our Pediatric Oncology Inpatient Unit is a combination of Medical Oncology and Stem cell transplant patients. This patient population includes patients with Leukemia (ALL and AML), Brain tumors, Sarcomas (Rhabdomyosarcoma, Osteosarcoma, Ewing’s Sarcoma), neuroblastoma, and Wilms Tumor. The unit’s Stem Cell transplant patients include patients being treated for malignancies and or non-malignant diseases (such as Sickle Cell Disease, Aplastic Anemia, Thalessemia, SCID). The staff cares for patients of various ages (birth to 26 years of age).
The Lead Clinical Nurse provides guidance and direction to staff and acts in the absence of the Assistant Nurse Manager/Nurse Manager to oversee a clinical team during care delivery and unit operations.
Shifts: 12 hour day & night rotating
- BSN/MSN from an accredited nursing program required.
- Active Maryland or Compact RN license is required
- BLS CPR certification required: AHA, Red Cross, or Military Training Network accepted
- The ideal candidate has at least 3 years of acute care RN work experience
- Ability to lead others, assist in development & implementation of procedures for the unit, use principles of conflict resolution, recommend resource utilization, and implement performance management of staff.
- RN work experience in the pediatric specialty is preferred.
Join The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing team and become part of a patient centered collaborative work environment at a world renowned, Magnet designated, academic medical facility. Our nurses are committed to patient safety, clinical excellence, optimizing outcomes through evidenced based practice, and life-long learning.
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